Solar Floating structure refers to an array of solar panels on a structure that floats on a body of water, typically an artificial basin or a lake. they do not take up any land, except the limited surfaces necessary for electric cabinet and grid connections. floating PV plants are more compact than land-based plants, their management is simpler and their construction and decommissioning straightforward. The main point is that no fixed structures exist like the foundations used for a land-based plant so their installation can be totally reversible.

The partial coverage of basins can reduce the water evaporation. The floating structure allows the implementation of a simple cooling system. Cooling mechanism is natural but can also be active by generating a water layer on the PV modules or using a submerged PV module, floating platform can be easily turned and can perform a vertical axis tracking this can be done without wasting energy and without the need for a complex mechanical apparatus as in land-based PV plants.

  • Factory roof structures
  • RCC Flat Roof structures
  • Tin / ACC roof structures
  • Elevated Structures for Solar Panel Mounting